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      Urinary Tract Health

      Our Fermented Cranberry Extract is a 100% natural, powerful daily supplement for urinary tract health.

      Each 1,000 mg serving of our Fermented Cranberry Extract contains 100 mg of Type-A Proanthocyanidin (A-PACs).

      There is well-documented research on cranberries and A-PACs and their role in urinary tract health.

      Our product undergoes rigorous and detailed Third Party Lab Testing, to make sure our ingredients are consistently of the highest quality and purity (greater than 99%).

      In addition, our product is produced to a 30:1 Extract Ratio, GMP Quality Assured, part of the ISO-9001 internationally recognized quality management system, Gluten Free, Vegan, GMO Free, 100% Natural, and Sugar Free.

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      What Makes Cranberries So Special?

      Type-A Proanthocyanidins (A-PACs)

      Type-A Proanthocyanidins (A-PACs)

      What Are They & How Do They Help?

      Type-A Proanthocyanidins (A-PACs) are a specific type of flavonoid found in cranberries.

      The specific mechanism in which A-PACs help support urinary tract health is through their anti-adhesion activity; it’s more difficult for the bacteria to adhere to the cells lining the urinary tract and bladder, meaning the bacteria are more likely to be flushed out, creating a healthier environment.

      There is well-documented research on cranberries and A-PACs and their role in urinary tract health.

      Not All Cranberry Supplements

      Are Created Equal

      Many cranberry supplements are misleading, and reference their equivalency in weight to fresh cranberries or glasses of juice, making them sound impressive.

      Some companies go a bit further in detail, and talk about Proanthocyanidins (PACs), but fail to mention the actual type or amount.

      The most important metric to look for is the amount of Type-A Proanthocyanidins (A-PACs) per serving.

      Each serving (two 500mg capsules) of our Fermented Cranberry Extract contains 10%, or 100mg of Type-A Proanthocyanidins (A-PACs).

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      Fermentation Benefits

      Prior to our 30:1 ratio extraction process, our cranberries undergo a 96-hour fermentation, which has multiple benefits.

      Research shows that fermentation increases the amount of beneficial micro-organisms and bioactive substances, such as phenolic compounds, amino acids, and antioxidants.

      Fermentation can also improve the bioavailability of the supplement and the body’s ability to better absorb it.

      (“Recent research process of fermented plant extract: a review”, Trends in Food Science & Technology 65, 2017, 40-48)

      Fermented Cranberry Extract

      Sugar Free

      Given our fermentation and extraction process, our cranberry supplement is sugar free, whereas an average glass of cranberry juice contains over 30 g of sugar!

      Our Fermented Cranberry Extract is also Vegan, Gluten Free, Non GMO, and Glyphosate Free.

      High in Antioxidants

      Other Health Benefits

      In addition to Type-A Proanthocyanidins (A-PACs), cranberries are an antioxidant-rich source of bioactive compounds such as anthocyanins, flavonols flavan-3-ols, and phenolic acids, which are linked to numerous health benefits.

      High Quality & Purity

      3rd Party Lab Tested

      Each batch of our product undergoes rigorous and detailed 3rd party lab testing, to make sure our ingredients are consistently of the highest quality and meet international standards. We test for purity, heavy metals, solvents, pesticides, and bacteria. We strive to give our customers confidence, and in full transparency, we make our results available on our "Quality & Testing" page.

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      Numerous Clinical Trials

      Science Backed

      There is well-documented research on cranberries and A-PACs and their role in urinary tract health. For a deeper understanding of the science, direct links to a selection of research articles and clinical tests can be found on our "Research" page.

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